Intercultural Community Center visits cPort!

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As part of our commitment to financial literacy and community outreach, cPort Credit Union recently hosted a visit from the Intercultural Community Center (ICC) to our Riverside Branch. The ICC is a non-profit organization that works with students from diverse backgrounds to provide educational resources and opportunities. During their visit, the ICC students had the…

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Honoring Service and Transitions: Greg L.

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At cPort Credit Union, we’re more than a financial institution; we’re a community that thrives on connections. Each cPort member, employee, and community member is vital to our collective success. In this employee spotlight, we are honored to share the exceptional story of one of our very own. Greg L. started his career at cPort…

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cPort’s Partnership with Catholic Charities

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cPort Credit Union is proud to announce a $5,000 donation to Catholic Charities for their 2024 Community Partners Program. This donation will be used to support their 20+ programs and services helping more than 50,000 Mainers in need each year. More Than a Sponsorship cPort Credit Union looks for new opportunities to build partnerships that…

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cPort Testifies in Support of Office of New Americans

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When local legislation overlaps with the financial health of a community, it’s not just a legal issue. In a recent session at the state capitol, cPort Credit Union’s President & CEO, Gene Ardito and Senior Branch Manager, Honorine Uwishema shared crucial insights that align with cPort’s values and connect to the local community. There is…

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cPort Employees Spread Holiday Cheer!

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At cPort Credit Union, we’re not just a financial institution – we’re here to make a difference. We believe in the power of community involvement and the significance of giving back. This holiday season, our dedicated employees have once again stepped up to make a difference in our local communities. Every year, our employees select…

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Ways to Give Back to The Community

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At cPort Credit Union, we believe it is important to give back to the community not only for the benefit of those in need, but for our own personal growth as well. Whether someone is volunteering their time, resources, or professional services, there is a great reward that comes with helping others and making a…

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cPort Credit Union Makes a Donation to the New McGoldrick Center at USM

photo of University of Southern Maine alumni and cPort executives standing together in front of USM's McGoldrick Center for Career & Student Success during the ribbon cutting, holding a sign that reads "University of Southern Maine - Founding Sponsor - cPort Credit Union." Pictured in photo are USM Alumni Peyton Collins and Amanda Hill; Gene Ardito, Olivia Haddad, Katherine Morrison, and USM Alum Kelly Chaisson.

Pictured in photo: USM Alumni Peyton Collins and Amanda Hill; Gene Ardito, Olivia Haddad, Katherine Morrison, and USM Alum Kelly Chaisson. cPort Credit Union is proud to announce our donation of $25,000 towards the new McGoldrick Center for Career & Student Success on the University of Southern Maine (USM) Portland Campus. The McGoldrick Center will…

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cPort Receives ProsperityME Outstanding Community Partner Award

cPort Credit Union receiving the 2023 Outstanding Community Partner Award from ProsperityME.

New Mainers have been making up an essential part of our vibrant communities for decades. The process of settling into a new place can be challenging, especially for those who come from different backgrounds and cultures. ProsperityME is vital in helping individuals and families from cash-based societies build successful, rewarding lives in their new homeland.…

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Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project

cPort Credit Union SVP and General Counsel Chris Van Dyck; Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project Executive Director Sue Roche; Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project Development Director Laura Simocko; and cPort Credit Union EVP and CFO Kelsey Marquis

Pioneers in immigrant advocacy, the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (ILAP) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the safety, security, and well-being of immigrants in Maine. Through a team of dedicated lawyers and advocates, they provide critical legal assistance, representation, education, and advocacy to immigrants and their families. What is the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project’s…

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